2 Helpful / 1 Not
Pros: Kudos to the students for getting this done. This is a great starter course and a fun family course. Fun for the whole family. Fairly good drainage. Course can be played after a heavy rain with only a few bad spots. Great place to get in a few holes before or after work.
Cons: This course is not for those who want to win distance titles.
Other Thoughts: Alexandria hall (directly across the street from tee #1) is usually open and has bathrooms and a water fountain.
2 of 3 people found this review helpful.
4 Helpful / 2 Not
Pros: Good course for beginners and those who only play casually or infrequently and/or who only own a disc or two.
The couse is almostly completely shaded and can be played quickly. The holes follow in a way that makes navigation fairly easy and the 6th (and last) basket ends near the first tee.
This course lends itself very well to one or two disc rounds.
Cons: It is short. As a beginner course, this isn't a problem but better players aren't going to find this course very challenging. There are only 6 holes.
There are no concrete tee boxes and no amenities, but the course is really too short to require benches, bathrooms or water.
Baskets have only a single row of chains although I haven't had any discs kick out so far.
Other Thoughts: This course was laid out on a well-defined area of Louisiana College known as the Cottingham Forest and additional space was left for three future holes. The course was completely paid for and constructed by LC students.
The relatively short distances are great for beginners and kids. If you are looking for a more challenging round, head over to Ft. Buhlow nearby or even Kees Park if you are just looking for a 9-hole roud.
4 of 6 people found this review helpful.
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